Andrew Ward has been a full-time freelance writer since 1989. He is the author or co-author of more than 20 sports books, including Kicking and Screaming (with Rogan Taylor, 1995) and Armed with a Football (1994). He co-edited The Day of the Hillsborough Disaster (1995) and helped launch Robson Books' Strangest series with Football's Strangest Matches (1989) and Cricket's Strangest Matches (1990).
His more recent books include I'm on Me Mobile (with Anton Rippon, 2000), What Use is a Degree? (with Lynn Jones and Alan Jenkins, 2002) and Bridge's Strangest Hands (2002). Ward's Soccerpedia: a Journey through Football's Laws or Lore appeared in autumn 2006. The book is an A to Z of the law of football, told through anecdote and incident, history and precedent.
Andrew Ward has a BA in Sociology & Statistics (
The project developed an on-line writing skills resource for thesis writers and other academics. 'Writing Dissertations: a Guide for Graduates' can be found in the Writing section of this webite. The main body of the resource contains quotes from experienced writers on key issues affecting thesis writing. Through these materials, and links, postgraduates are be able to consider, discuss and develop strategies for all aspects of their writing process, e.g approaching the task, where & when to write, integrating writing with reading, researching, notetaking & thinking, planning, developing a structure, getting started, staying motivated, overcoming blocks, rewriting, using feedback, editing, etc.
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